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Exploring Critical Business and Legal Issues across the Healthcare and Life Sciences Industries
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Exploring Critical Business and Legal Issues across the Healthcare and Life Sciences Industries

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William (Will) Díaz litigates and counsels clients on antitrust cases, obtains Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Department of Justice clearance on mergers, and defends clients in government investigations. Will has significant experience in the interplay between the antitrust and intellectual property laws and the issues that crossover into both areas, including standard-setting activities, patent pools, fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) licensing issues and patent misuse. He also has handled numerous litigations and transactions in the biotech, pharmaceutical and medtech industries. Read William Díaz's full bio.

Anticompetitive Conduct in Biologics – An Enforcement Priority with FTC and FDA


By , and on Feb 5, 2020
Posted In FDA, Life Sciences

This blog was originally published on McDermott’s Antitrust Alert Blog. On February 4, 2020, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released joint guidance concerning competition for biologics, including biosimilars. The joint guidance seeks to enhance competition for biologics and reduce manufacturers’ use of false or misleading statements or promotional...

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FTC to Look Closely at Competition between Biologics and Biosimilars and Patent Protection Strategies of Branded Manufacturers


By and on Jul 24, 2018
Posted In FDA, Health Antitrust

WHAT HAPPENED On July 18, 2018, US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Scott Gottlieb delivered a speech at The Brookings Institution in Washington, DC, discussing how to bolster competition from biosimilars while maintaining innovation. The Commissioner noted the absence of true competition among biologics from biosimilar products in the United States, similarly to what...

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